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Two Things to Consider When Building Your Infrastructure Network

Two Things to Consider When Building Your Infrastructure Network

Should you really be considering an all fiber design in your infrastructure network? To answer that, I'd like to walk you through two factors to consider when making your decision.? First, I will go over an example of where we have already seen optical conversion take place in a network. Then, I will review the way we use and access networks today compared to how we have used them in the past.

Are you ready??Let's take a look.

At-Home Learning with Corning

At-Home Learning with Corning

In-Building Networks Team

With extra time at home right now, our In-Building Networks team wanted to share some trends, tips, and learning modules on the topics that might be of interest to you. From 5G and smart buildings to remote powering and software-defined LAN, our experts will walk you through it all. Explore all the videos and submit your name to be notified of future updates and receive key papers on similar topics.

Learn more with Corning's In-Building Networks Team

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Community Broadband University

With many of you preparing for the upcoming RDOF auction our Community Broadband team is here to share some trends, tips, and quick lessons on how best to position your FTTH deployment for success. We’ve started with the topics we deemed most critical in the early planning phases for your network, but will continue to generate additional educational content that addresses all stages of network deployment and operations.

Learn more with Community Broadband University

Online Learning Resources

Educational Resources Available for You

Educational Resources Available for You

We are committed to educating our customers, providing quality real-world fiber optic training on the latest products and applications, ensuring you will always receive the most up-to-date and industry specific knowledge.?

The See the Light? webinar series can help you stay current with a wide variety of live and recorded webinars to suit your needs. Whether you need formal fiber optic training or need to supplement your knowledge base, these free, regularly scheduled one-hour learning experiences combine a mix of solutions, product discussions, and demonstrations.

See the Light? Webinars

Operating in a Digital World

Operating in a Digital World

Hosting Remote Presentations
Since virtual meetings are becoming the new norm, presenters may need to adjust their communication style.

Five Tips for Successful Digital Communications
In a world where you need to communicate virtually, effective communication can be challenging. Here are some recommendations to help you maximize your success when communicating digitally.

How to be Productive When Working From Home
Whether you are new to working from home or an experienced virtual worker, these tips can help you maximize your success when working remotely.

IT Considerations when Shifting to a Remote Workforce
When an organization shifts to a massive number of people working remotely, it is critical for IT to consistently communicate, work with vendors, and understand new corporate policies.

Managing a Remote Team
To successfully manage a remote team, implementing enhanced communication is vital.

Supply Chain

Delivering on Our Commitments

Delivering on Our Commitments

We understand how important it is to maintain digital and virtual connections as we navigate through the COVID-19 pandemic together.

Most of Corning’s manufacturing facilities in locations impacted by government directives have been deemed essential, critical, or life sustaining because they manufacture products that are necessary to support essential infrastructure, industries, or the health, safety, and welfare of the public.

We are working at every level to execute business continuity plans to ensure that our operations are being maintained effectively and safely to meet our customers’ needs, minimize disruption and deliver on what we promise. We are consistently monitoring our raw material inventory levels and keeping a pulse on demand.

The situation remains fluid, and we will remain closely engaged with customers and suppliers to effectively manage supply conditions together. We are committed to regularly updating our customers as more information becomes available.

Please leverage our authorized distributors as force multipliers in the field. Our dedicated distributors enable our product availability and ease of doing business from the largest city to the smallest suburb. This network is key to ensuring your day-to-day business continues uninterrupted.

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Customer Support

Multiple Ways for You to Connect

Multiple Ways for You to Connect

Our customer service team is up and running with normal operating hours to help with all of your questions and concerns during this time. Providing quality customer service is our top priority.?

Here you can find information for customer service contact information, authorized distributors, application specific support, and enter a request for assistance. For prompt assistance, please follow the links below or complete the?contact us request form and one of our representatives will contact you.

Please note: if you are requesting literature, you can visit our product catalog?to view, print, or save PDF versions to your computer.?

For purchasing bare glass?optical fiber?or any glass-related questions, email cofic@corning.com or call +1-607-248-2000.

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